Leverage the latest multi-axis toolpaths that provide precise tool-axis control and automated collision avoidance.
Adaptive Milling, a multi-axis high-speed roughing strategy, can reduce machining time by up to 60%. The smooth finishing methods can follow the part's natural shape, achieving a superior finish.
Barrel tools, which allow larger tool engagement, enable higher part quality with shorter machining cycles.
The 5-axis tube milling dramatically simplifies the programming of hollow and narrow features, such as ports of engine blocks.
Generate both roughing and finishing multi-axis machining operations with minimum input using this specialized operation.
Safely machine the entire area with a single toolpath, ensuring improved machining efficiency and accuracy.
Simplify the programming of complex multi-bladed rotational parts, such as blisks and impellers, with specialized 5-axis NC programming operations.
Simultaneous 5-axis roughing and automated rest milling removes material between the blades. To finish the hub, blades and splitters, use optimized toolpaths by precisely controlling cut patterns, toolpath smoothing and tool axis stabilization for the edges.
Analyze complex machine behaviors during 5-axis machining by visualizing multi-axis toolpath characteristics, including:
Verify cutting conditions across the entire operation, enabling you to machine complex parts right the first time.
Industry:Automotive & transportation, Aerospace & defense
Location:Funabashi City, Chiba Prefecture, Japan
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